Apple is now offering a 20% incentive to Indian consumers who add cash to their Apple ID, as the tech giant asks developers to encourage payments using the Apple ID balance. According to 9To5Mac, users are receiving notifications regarding a 20% bonus when depositing cash to their Indian Apple ID account.
The deal is active through October 31 and is accessible when you add Rs 100 to Rs 15,000 to your Apple ID balance, according to Apple.
If a user adds Rs 2,000 to their Apple ID, they would receive a bonus of Rs 400. The customer would receive an additional Rs 2,000 in their Apple ID if the amount added is Rs 10,000.
According to the report, the Reserve Bank of India has issued a new guideline that requires banks to get customer consent via a new authentication mechanism before approving recurring credit and debit card transactions.
Because the new rule would affect applications with auto-renewable subscriptions, Apple is urging developers to encourage payments through the Apple ID balance, which will be unaffected by the new regulations.
According to the study, offering a 20% incentive is a fantastic approach to get Indian consumers to switch their payment methods in order to avoid problems with Apple’s in-app purchase system.